1. B's Struggling to Shake Rust After Long Layoff

    BOSTON -- Being perennial Stanley Cup contenders, the Boston Bruins always expect to get their opponents' best game, taking it as a compliment that other teams respect their abilities...

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  2. Tuukka Rask Returns to Net for Bruins Today vs. Capitals

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  3. Neely Defends Bruins' Big Ticket Price Hike

    The Boston Bruins have given their fanbase a lot to cheer about in recent years, but that success has come at a price.....

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 4 months ago 34 reads 0 comments

  4. Patrice Bergeron: A Timeline of Perfection

    This spring will mark the ten year anniversary of Patrice Bergeron's first full season with the Boston Bruins ...

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  5. Bruins Reassign Goalie Niklas Svedberg to Providence

    After backing up Chad Johnson in Buffalo on Wednesday, Boston Bruins goaltender Niklas Svedberg is headed back to Providence.....

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 4 months ago 21 reads 0 comments

  6. Adam McQuaid Suffers Setback With Leg Injury, Will Not Play This Weekend

    Boston Bruins defenseman Adam McQuaid has suffered another setback in his recovery from a leg injury, Bruins coach Claude Julien told reporters Friday...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 4 months ago 70 reads 0 comments

  7. Rask Denies He Was Too Hungover to Play Versus Sweden

    Rask, of course, came back to shut out the Americans, 5-0, in the bronze-medal game; however, his last-minute withdrawal from Finland's semifinal contest versus rival Sweden caused quite the stir at the time...

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  8. Bruins Hike Season Ticket Prices

    BUFFALO — Perhaps it should be expected that the season after a Stanley Cup Final run comes with a price increase...

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  9. Report Card for the Boston Bruins' 1st Game After the Olympic Break

    Remember when the Boston Bruins were fresh off an NHL lockout and tested their game shape against Providence before embarking on the belated 2012-13 season? Wednesday night was kind of like that...

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  10. D'Agostini Lifts Sabres to OT Win over Bruins

    Matt D'Agostini outraced Zdeno Chara to a loose puck and scored 22 seconds into overtime, lifting the Buffalo Sabres to a 5-4 win over the Boston Bruins on Wednesday night...

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  11. Video: Bruins' Soderberg Behind-the-Back Pass Sets Up Kelly'sgoal

    The Boston Bruins looked a little rusty for a chunk of the first period against the Buffalo Sabres on Wednesday, but Carl Soderberg appeared more-than-alert with this beauty of ...

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  12. Bruins Not Looking to Trade 1st Rounder for MacDonald

    With the NHL trade deadline exactly a week away, it's become the funny season for rumors, whispers, innuendo and the “word on the street” to fuel potential deals between hockey clubs...

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  13. Torey Krug Looks to Set New Bruins' Record for Goals by a Rookie Blueliner

    With 25 games left on the Boston Bruins' regular season slate, Torey Krug —who has notched 12 goals in 57 contests to date—will take aim at Ray Bourque's team record of ...

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  14. Bergeron's Olympic Play Should Open Eyes to How Good He Really Is

    We operate under the assumption that nobody is perfect, which is true. On the ice, though, Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron is as close as you get to the perfect hockey player.....

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  15. Marchand Doesn't See Another Bad Stretch for Him

    The Bruins are back in action Wednesday night in Buffalo after taking a break for the Sochi Olympics.....

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  16. Haggerty: Bruins in a Good Spot for the Stretch Run

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  17. Should the Boston Bruins Use Top Goalie Prospect Malcolm Subban as Trade Bait?

    Boston Bruins No. 1 goalie Tuukka Rask is as entrenched as any starting NHL netminder . At 26 years of age, he’s in the prime of his career. With a 0.928 save percentage through 43 games this season and a career number of 0...

    Jonathan Willis Written by Jonathan Willis about 5 months ago 12,518 reads 45 comments

  18. Julien 'Looking Forward to Seeing' Post-Olympics Eriksson

    BOSTON – It's no secret that Loui Eriksson hasn't really yet been the player the Bruins envisioned when they traded.....

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  19. Ranking Boston Bruins' 5 Biggest Games Remaining in the 2013-14 Season

    The Boston Bruins will try to complete a season-series sweep in two marquee matchups to bookend the first full week of March . They will try to avoid a sweep in a time-honored divisional feud later in the month...

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  20. David Krejci Would 'Love' for NHL to Continue Olympic Participation

    BOSTON — Bruins center David Krejci wants to play in the 2018 Winter Olympics. That's assuming, of course, NHL players actually participate when the puck drops in Pyeongchang, South Korea...

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  21. Chara and Krejci Return from Olympics

    The Bruins welcomed back two of their five Olympians Monday, with Zdeno Chara and David Krejci returning to the team from Sochi, Russia. Chara said they got back to the United States Friday, flying from Sochi to Newark...

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  22. Boston Bruins Recall Lindblad and Svedberg from Providence

    Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced today, February 24, that the club has recalled forward Matt Lindblad and goaltender Niklas Svedberg from Providence (American Hockey League)...

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  23. Bruins Charting the Progress of Goalie Prospect Malcolm Subban

    Like most young goalies moving from the world of junior hockey to the professional levels, Malcolm Subban possesses raw skill and ability...

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  24. What Should the Boston Bruins Expect From Tuukka Rask After the Olympic Break?

    If the Boston Bruins were planning on a relatively conservative post-Olympic workload for Tuukka Rask , they need not deviate that outline...

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  25. Eriksson Finding His Game During Sweden's Olympic Journey

    Boston Bruins forward Loui Eriksson hasn't been able to develop much consistency this season because of two concussions that forced him to miss 20 of the team's 57 games heading into the Olympic break...

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